The Saint Mary's College women's golf team posted a season-stroke average of 318.3 on the way to posting the lowest team score for all six Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association fall rounds to win the 2019 MIAA Women's Golf Championship for the third consective season.
Aided by MIAA Most Valuable Golfer Hunter Kehoe's MIAA-record average of 75.67, the Belles were the team champions at all four MIAA Jamborees as well as the Fall Final Oct. 11-12. Saint Mary's featured three of the four lowest season scorers in Kehoe, Summer Stillson, and Sydney Hruskoci.
Saint Mary's will serve as the host of the final two rounds of the 2020 MIAA NCAA Spring Qualifier, while second-place Hope will host the first round of the three-round, four-team event. Olivet and Trine will round out the four-team spring tournament, with dates to be determined; Trine edged Calvin by one stroke for the fourth spot.